Did the SEC cause the Wall Street bailout frenzy?

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

As the Shakespearean drama on Wall Street continues — with the chorus asking what (or who?) could be next — The Takeaway looks at the role of the Securities and Exchange Commission in setting the stage for the recent troubles.
Guest: Robert Heim, formerly an Assistant Regional Director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in New York City. He’s now a partner at the law firm of Meyers & Heim in New York City where he specializes in corporate and securities law.

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